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What are you reading in June 2017?

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What are you reading this month? Is it good, bad, indifferent? Would you recommend it?

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This month I'm listening to the audiobook version of Jon Ronson's So You've Been Publicly Shamed, which is about incidents of modern public shaming, mainly through social media, and the effects it has on the people it happens to. It's pretty interesting so far.

I'm just starting A is for Alibi by Sue Grafton, a mystery that looks like fun.
I've been reading this series by Sue Grafton! I've just finished 'M is for Malice'. She's quite descriptive in her writing and I'm hoping to read the next one soon.
Nice. :) I've heard good things about it but never got around to it before. Liking it so far.
I've been reading a few books on interior designs lately. I love looking at the design ideas and seeing how they could apply to my own home. I'm also working my way through a few different teen series...
I'm reading a book called 'It's a Wonderful Word', which is all about the origin of words.
I've just finished Into the Water from Paula Hawkins (same author as Girl on the Train) and loved it. Now I've just begun Truly, Madly, Guilty by Liane Moriarty and can't put it down! Love it when I get two great book sback to beck!
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